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Image: Louis Théophile Binot entouré de patients et infirmières - 1915 | CC BY-SA.

Items where department is "Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences"

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Number of items at this level: 3.

Cordier, A. (2011) Comment parler de la societe : artistes, ecrivains, chercheurs et representations sociales. [Review]

Aiello, Lucia; Gilbert, Sandra and Gubar, Susan, eds. (2009) Mimesis and poiesis: Reflections on Gilbert and Gubar's reading of Emily Dickinson. In: The Madwoman in the Attic After Thirty Years. University of Missouri Press. ISBN 978-0826218698

Aiello, Lucia (2009) The quest for meaning: Necessity and plurality with references to Emily Dickinson. Imaginaires, 13. pp. 145-154.

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